American Academy of Dermatology teaches potentially life-saving behavior in recognition of Melanoma Monday®.
“In 2004, at 34 years old, I was diagnosed with melanoma, which is a term I had never heard before. Melanoma leaves a lasting mark on an individual, even for those who live with the promise of survival.”
Cutting-edge treatments represent recent surge in research aimed at battling melanoma.
Take this quiz to find out how much you know – or don’t know – about skin cancer, including what to look for on your skin and when it’s important to see a dermatologist.
“TIME” is a 60-second PSA that asks young women to stop tanning because melanoma is the second most common cancer in young adults 15 to 29 years old.
"Lawn" is a 60-second PSA that uses humorous lawn care scenarios to encourage men to check their skin for skin cancer.
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